Byron Pike, Associate Professor of Accounting, Master of Accounting (MAcc) Director, Allen Lenzmeier Accounting Professor of External Partnerships

Address: Morris Hall 150
Phone: 507-389-6909
Email: byron.pike@mnsu.edu

TEACHING

  • Financial Accounting (ACCT 200)

  • Intermediate Financial Accounting (ACCT 300)

  • Assurance Services (ACCT 421)

  • Accounting Theory (MAcc 615)

  • External Auditing and Other Attest Services (MAcc 640)  

 

PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE

  • Ph.D. (Accounting), University of North Texas

  • Master of Accounting, University of North Texas

  • Bachelor of Science, Minnesota State University, Mankato

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

RESEARCH

  • Chui, L., Kim, O., & B. Pike. (2020). The Effect of Audit Duality on Audit Quality. Journal of International Accounting Research.
  • Johnson, S. & B. Pike. (2018). Employee Retention: The State of Engagement in Public Accounting Firms and Why it Matters. The CPA Journal  (December)

  • Pike, B., Chui, L., Martin, K., & Olvera, R. (2016). External Auditors' Involvement in the Internal Audit Function Work Plan and Subsequent Reliance Before and After a Negative Audit Discovery. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory.

  • Pike, B. J., Curtis, M. B., & Chui, L. (2013). How Does an Initial Expectation Bias Influence Auditors' Application and Performance of Analytical Procedures? The Accounting Review.

  • Chui, L., Martin, K., & Pike, B. J. (2013). A quasi-experimental assessment of interactive student response systems on student confidence, effort, and course performance.   Journal of Accounting Education.

  • Chui, L. & Pike, B. (2013). Auditors' Responsibility for Fraud Detection: New Wine in Old Bottles? Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting.

 

SERVICE AND OUTREACH

  • Treasurer for the Minnesota Society of Accounting, Southern Group

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